E.R. Williams is a Perth-based Music Educator and Composer who currently specialises in teaching piano and writing music for film and documentaries. At 31 years of age, Emily has experience in classroom music education and almost 14 years experience as a Piano teacher.  In her spare time, Emily composes music, collaborating with Directors, including Neale Crawford and Luke McManus. Emily has composed for short films and documentaries; including ‘30.10 Women Of Australia’ screened on International Womens’ Day , March 2019 at ACMI Melbourne, ‘Innocent Andrew’, premiering at the Perth Film Festival in 2012 and the documentary ‘Pelicans’ in 2013, narrated by triple Gold-Logie award winning Rove McManus. Emily has also had the privilege of being mentored by one of Australia’s finest film composers and producers; Amy Bastow. Currently, Emily has been following her keen interest in teaching piano and theory, and writing coursework for all ages.


  • Emily is one of the best piano teachers I’ve ever had. A total music nerd, but with amazing communication skills and enthusiasm that has meant for the first time I am fully understanding why music is written in a certain way. Lessons through FaceTime have been brilliant!


    Emma- Student

  • We thoroughly enjoy watching our son’s interest and ability in playing the piano grow under Emily’s tutelage. Her focus and experience has meant that Henry is deepens his resilience and sees the positive results for himself. We couldn’t be happier with the service that Emily provides and feel that Henry is fast developing an ability to play and an interest in music that he will enjoy for the rest of his life. 

    Sally- Parent of piano student

  • “Emily brings a lot of passion and dedication to a project. Within days of meeting sent through a piece of music that was beautiful and embodied everything we talked about. Emily is efficient has such an extraordinary ability to compose pieces of music that encapsulate the core themes, tones and emotions of an idea.”

    Olivia Altavilla – Master of Film Directing Victorian College of Arts